swinging choke

swinging choke

[′swiŋ·iŋ ′chōk]
(electricity)
An iron-core choke having a core that can be operated almost at magnetic saturation; the inductance is then a maximum for small currents, and swings to a lower value as current increases. Also known as swinging reactor.
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